Thanks for the help. I am trying to order the Rodney rebuildable bearings. For now I have an old used set that appears to be in better shape than what is in the car. I also ordered a new inner tierod but I doubt it went bad. The alignment shop said the driver side is worn? The tierods are new with the power steering rack.
Ok, looks like I have some work to do. The shop says the front top pivot on the A arms are maxed out. And that they could not improve the front alignment, the back was just untouched because the front couldn't be brought into spec. So I need to inspect and verify the front adjustment issue. I have had this car aligned before and the shop never said there was an issue?
A) You may want to back off the Camber on the right front wheel and Increase the Caster angle (Try for equal amounts right/left) (the design allows for more of one vs less of the other)
B) I don't know if they make a ball joint for 88s that allow for more camber adjustment (the original 84-87 BJs would only allow for positive camber (STU-pid!) but after-market BJS have slotted holes allowing fro Negative camber)
C) I never liked the sealed bearings on the 88- I like being able to disassemble/inspect and then repack the 84-87 bearings, so the RD 88 bearings are a real improvement.
Has the car ever had any off-road experiences? Big hits--maybe even just curbing car hard--can bend the mounting ears for the lower control arms, without bending the control arms themselves... this shows up as a problem getting enough caster.
EDIT: Is this car lowered? If so, NVM the above... the lowering is causing your issue.
[This message has been edited by Will (edited 10-11-2021).]
Looks like just a lousy alignment shop. Unless your car has been in a wreck, you should be able to get around 7 degrees caster on the front, so they've got it at 3 (which is the non-GT spec; 5 is the GT spec) and supposedly they can't make any more adjustments in the front? After years of always getting crappy alignments from shops, I learned how to do it myself.